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Vertical takeoff and landing make it "runway independent," turbojet makes it one of fastest robo-jets ever.
The T-Mobile Dash (a.k.a. HTC Excalibur) generated a lot of buzz before its release for a couple of reasons. First, it had the greatest potential for being a Motorola Q killer, and second, it looked pretty darn ugly. But is this ugly duckling really a swan? Here is a collection of photos of the smart phone; you be the judge.
With a sleek design, good performance, and a robust set of productivity and wireless options, the T-Mobile Dash is an all-in-one hit and earns its reputation as a Motorola Q killer.
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New pictures of HTC Excalibur surface, and it ain't pretty
HTC Excalibur: Moto Q killer?
Cell-phone reseller LetsTalk.com is offering the well-regarded T-Mobile Dash free with new service, and you can make up to $100 with a pair of mail-in rebates.
This system will make you feel tiny.
T-Mobile announces Windows Mobile 6 upgrade for the T-Mobile Dash (aka HTC Excalibur).
Company says there still are no plans to release the HTC Artemis in the United States.